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PENINSULA. HCBSE SHOW AND PASr XORAL ASSOCIATION (incorporated), ANNUAL SHOW TO BE HELD I^ MR A. E. PRICHABD'S PADDOCK, DUVAUOHELLB. ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1913 PROGRAMME, Olats I—Hackney Yearling, loaled since July Ist, 1912. First prize £1 If, second 10s 6d Ola'B 2—Hack to carry up to 11 and 12 stone, to be shown in saddle. Tc be divided by the judge into separate classes — list and I2st First prizs £2 23, sec ond £1 18, third 10s 6d in each division Class 3—Cob over 14.1 and under 15 hands, capable of. carrying 14 stone, to be shown in saddle. First priz? £2 2s (given by Mr C Tbacker), eeoond £L Is Ol arß 4_Haek to carry up to 15 stone, to be shown in saddle. First prize £2 2e (given by Hon; W. Montgomery), second £1 Is Glass s—Lady's Hack, which has been thor oughly broken in ai a lady's hack, to be shown in saddle and ridden by a lady First prize £2 2s (including £1 la gnet by Mr Q Pilk'ng'on), second £1 Is third 10s Gd. Class 6-Hack to carry up to 13 stone. Firs prize £2 2s, second £1 Is. Class 7.-Hunter, to be judged for genera hunting qualifications, and t> be triei over such fencee as the Committee ma; decide. Firet prize £2 2s, second £1 le Class B.—Maiden Hunter ; for horsea tba 1 aye never gained a first prize in tha class, conditions same as in Class 7 First prise £2 2s, second £1 la. Class 9.—Dairy Cart Turn Out belonging t> _ a supplier of a Peninsula Faotory, fao fcory manager's certificate to aosompan; Iv antry- To be judged by points-Hors { 20 points, Cart 10, Harness 5. Firs P ll prize £2 2a, second £1 Is. Class 10 —Draught Horse or Mare. Firs prize £2 2s, second £1 Is. g Class 11—Hack Brood Mare, in foal or foa r g at foot. First prize £2 2s, secon 13 Cl.a'S 12—Hack, two year old, Filly or Geld irigf foa'ed since July 1, 1911. Fin ry prize £1 Us Gd, second 10s 6d, ji Class 13-Daisy Cart Horse or Mare up t 14 3 hands, to be shown in names attached to vehicle. First prize £2 2i at second £1 Is, Class 14—HorFe or Mare suitable for a i round work, 15.2 hands and over, to h shown in harness attached to vehicli First prize £2 2s, second £1 Is. 7, Class 15-Buggy Pair, to be tried in a for i r wheeled vehicle, the properly of on owner. First prize £2 2s, second £1 li Class 16—Pony from 13 3 to 14,2 hands, t be shown in saddle. First prize £2 2 second £1 Is, third 10s Gd. Clas3 17—Horse or Mare suitable for a round work, under 15.2 hands, to I; shown attached to vehicle, First prir £2 2s, tecond £1 Is. Class 18-Gig Horse or Mare, from 14.3 ( 15.2 hands, to be tried in a dog cart c gig. First prize £2 2s, second £1 Is. Class 19—Dog Cart Horse or Mare ovs 15 2 hands, to be tried in a two wheele vehicle. First prize £2 2s, second £1 1 COMPETITIONS. Walk and Trot First prize £2 2s, seoon £1 Is. Post entry Driving Competition.—For Ladies, Firs prize £1 Is, second 10s Gd, Entry 2 6d, Post entry, Driving Competition,—For Gentlemen. Firs prize" £1 Is, second 10a Gd. Entry 2s 6c Po3t entry. Threading the Needle Bace.—For Ladies First priza £1 Is, second 10s Gd. Pos entry. Threading the Needle Race.—For Ganth men. First prize £1 Is, second 10a 6c Post entry. Egg and Spoon Race.—For Ladies. Firs prize £1 Is, seoond 103 Gd, Post entrj Jnmping Competition,—First prize 30s second 15s. Three to enter or no con petition, five to enter or no second prizs Post entry. Turning Competition.—For horses 14,3 an over. Prize £1 Is, Pet Lamb, first prize ss: entry 53. COOKERY EXBIBITS (IN TENT). Ist 2nd p: Z3 priz s. d. s. c 1. Apples, last season's ..5 0 2 2. Preserved Fruit, 4 varieties, 1 bottle of each .. 5 0 2 3 Jam, 4 varieties, 1 pot of each .. ..50 2 4. Pickles, 4 bottles, v riety 5 0 2 4. Marmalade, not less than 21bein glass jars ..5 0 2 i 5. 1 Bottle Chutney ..50 21 6. 1 Bottle Homemade Wine 5 0 2 i 7. 2lba Butter, to ba made up in lib pats, plain.. 5 0 2 1 Two classes—separator and non-eeparatoi 8. Homemade Bread, not less than 21b loaf ..50 2 ( 9. 1 Sponge Cake ..50 2 ( 10. 1 Pponge Sandwich ..50 2 f 11. 1 Fruit Cuke .. ..5 0 2 C 12. 1 Seed Coke .. ..5 0 2 f 13. 1 Madeira Cake ..50 2 C 14. Small Cakes, 6 sorts, 3 of each .. ..5 0 2 0 15. 6 Scones ~ ..5 0 2 0 16 6 Girdle Scones ..5 0 2 0 17. Plum Pudding .. ..5 0 2 0 18. Puff Pastry .. ..5 0 2 0 19 Shortbread .. ..5 0 2 0 20. Oat Cake .. ..50 20 21. Ham, to be cured by e2' bitor .. ..5 0 2 0 22. Honey, separated, not less than 31bs .. ..5 0 2 0 23. Honey comb in sections 5 0 2 0 24. 12 Heaviest Hen Eggs 5 0 2 0 Entry Gd. Post entry. 25. Dairy Cheese, this season, weight not under 301bs 10 0 5 0 Entry Is RULES 1 All classes are open 2 Entries—members 2s Gd each entry, all others 5s 3 The earr.e horso cannot be entered for more than three classes, but arcs are eligible to compete for any private prizes that may be offered 4 Exhibitors, when making entries, are requested to give name of sire and breeder, if known 5 No horse that has gained honour in one of the 11, 13, or 14 stone classes for cobs or backs shall be allowed to compete in any of the other three classes Entries close with the undersigned at 4 p.tii on Friday, November 14 All poet entries for competitions close with the Secjitary or fjatekeoper at noon on Show Day CHAS W LEETE, Secretary DRS. PRICHARD, JONES AND MAITLAND Dental tSurgeons. BARLOW'S BUILDINGS. CORNER HEREFORD AND COLOMBO STREETS, CHRISTCHURCH. Tbliphose 1161, Box 236

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4348, 11 November 1913

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4348, 11 November 1913

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